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.com. follow us on twitter for the very latest bay area weather conditions rain or shine. >> dan: rain caused a problem we're going to talk about in the first place and engineers want to see more showers fall to come up with a way from a trail slipping in the presidio. pedestrians and cyclists have to deal with the detour along the narrow stretch of lincoln boulevard. they spent $6 million on the trail and other projects there. when part of the trail slipped away during december. >> they were saying first time in 30 years this rain event happened. >> what they need to do is basically give this back to mother nature and maybe put it over here. they need to relocate, stop fighting it. >> an independent engineer is now working with the national park service to solve this problem. >> dan: the weather is clearing up just in time for the a's home opener for the first part of baseball season. lyanne melendez is live at the coliseum. soggy weather caused some extra work for the ground crews there. >> reporter: that's right. i'm here tell you it's opening day, but more like opening night for the ees b
and mountain view. more coming up, more rain on the horizon. >> dan: the national park service now says it will be at least until the next rainy season before a section of the coastal trail in the presidio is repaired and reopened. a brand-new segment of the trail near lincoln boulevard was closed in december. heather ishimaru is there live tonight. >> that is right. it was a chain reaction on cars and bicyclists, having has had to move away from the cliff's edge. was eight case of bad engineering or bad timing? the three agencies involved here they just don't know. no taxpayer money was used in the building of the project, but the park service says it doesn't know if that will hold true for the repair. >> the pedestrian detour includes a climb over the guardrail. traffic has been shifted to the east on lincoln with where bicyclists and cars now to have share the road with no shoulders. >> it's not great for cyclists to have it narrow like this, it creates very narrow space and forced the blocked car traffic to be safe coming along here. >> the national park service public safety is num
'm ama daetz. >> dan: there is a man hountd hurnt for a man thought to be being armed and dangerous. alan wang is there with the latest. >> reporter: the suspect had a number of arrests weapon charge arrests against him here in santa clara county. that is why they brought out the search dogs, swat and armored vehicle. this property contained a tattoo ploor and a bunch of rvs. he managed to hide back there and slip away. >> sky7hd was overhead as santa clara county swat went trailer to trailer looking for a parolee by u.s. marshals. they were serving a warrant including weapons charges. >> they saw him going towards one of the rvs and trailers. though called him out. he refused to come out. he went into one of the rvs. >> they quickly called in back up. canines scoured the lot that held a lo looted of old rvs a tattoo parlor and a car shop but t managed to slip away. >> he was a parolee released from prison but not been in compliance with his parole terms. he was pretty dangerous. they wanted to take him back into custody. >> reporter: now, a resident in a house behind me she didn't know h
and make a first court appearance on tuesday. >> dan: new at 11:00, documents released by the state department of transportation shows that the company that made the faulty bolts was flagged years before for shoddy work. they snapped when workers went to tighten them. caltrans gave dyson corporation a failing grade. the company had big problems in a heat treatment area a process led to the bolts snapping because they were too brittle. they are finding a solution to the bolt problem. now it's uncertain whether the eastern span will open by labor day as originally scheduled. >>> we do have changes in the weather this weekend. sandhya patel joins us with live doppler 7-hd. >> let me show you. we have a few patches of low clouds forming right near the coastline and wispy clouds moving overhead. visibility is still good as we look towards the bay bridge. we don't have any fog other than half moon bay where there is a patch right now. san francisco, 50 degrees. 53, san jose. 48, half moon bay. i'll be back to let you know how the weekend weather will be different than from today in just a
carey commercial new mark, night, frank. and we are going it hear from dan clef man and dan class man some 14 year ago really came up with this idea, we sat down over lunch and there was another person involved allen cline knelt and which came up with this idea and so i have to give dan much much credit for that. (applause). . very much so. and in 2012, cornish and carey, dominated the area of commercial real estate with over $6 billion in leasing and sales transactions so very good there. and you are soon going to hear from dan and he is going to give us that a good look at sort off what real estate activity look like here in the bay area. so in addition, to cornish and carey new mark night frank, help me thank our generouses for bringing you this program they are golden gate university and i'll tell you they prepare the most work ready profiles that professionals that you are going to find and we so much appreciate our partnership with golden gate university and thank the president dan angel for delivering those shining graduate to businesses throughout the bay area and if you visi
back. all right, we have another honoree. so, once again, i would like to call up, dan, where is dan? i already talked to dan. dan? all right. so this is dan wynn, let me tell you about what dan did. so on september eleventh, at 4:57. public safety safety dispatcher received a call from a 14-year-old girl named tiane saying that she needed medical help for her mother and verified the address and her phone number and provided her with medical instructions. and stayed on the line with tanani and kept reassuring her that help was on the way. and compassionate tone helped tani remain calm and assisted her in providing assistance to her mother. unfortunately she and her family were unable to join us today but we do have this fine public servant representing the good work of the city that we are going to celebrate and we are going to take a moment again to hear the tape played so we hear a little bit of his work and what we are celebrating. >> do you have an emergency? >> tanin >> is the bleeding stopped or still going? >> i am not sure. feeling really tired and a lot of pain. >> and so, how
, bob? >> reporter: good morning, dan. you know, we're only about 30 miles north of seoul here, as far as we can go, because this is the edge of the dmz, north korea is only three miles that way. of course, along this border, tourists can take a glimpse of north korea across the river, but there is no sign that the conflict is calming down. in fact, the president's office in south korea issued a statement today, saying they're preparing for additional provocations. including missile tests. we're thoroughly preparing for this, leaving all possibilities open. although there's no indication if or when a launch could happen, the south korean military is looking at wednesday or later. with this worsening tension, the top south korean military officer today canceled his scheduled trip to washington next week to meet with general martin dempsey, too far to go at a risky time. and according to a russian newspaper, north korean's leader kim jong-un has demanded that president obama call him to soften the conflict, the same request that he made through dennis rodman when he visited north korea l
-old krystle campbell will be laid to rest tomorrow. dan? >> we cannot forget how her mother said after her death, it was just simply a waste. byron pitts reporting from boston this morning. thank you. >>> let's dig into those new pictures that came overnight. infrared video that take you inside the capture of the 19-year-old that effectively shut down one of the america's largest cities. the dramatic final moments of dzhokhar tsarnaev's capture. watch as we see not one, not two, but three explosions. they are stun grenades to overpower and apprehend the suspect. take a closer look. this is tsarnaev's silhouette as he hides in the back of the boat. then, the stun grenades, each 30 seconds apart. the suspect was being filmed using an infrared camera. which picked up his body heat through a tarp that was covering the boat. this technology helped authorities keep a careful eye on his movements. >> we have movement in the boat. he just sat up. he's moving. flailing about. quite a bit of movement. >> reporter: they brought in a robotic device to rip open the boat's tarp. >> he'll be fully expose
to do the slide show. the pylons you see over there is a concept, i think dan hodep came up to represent a historic part of the port. and to provide the concept of did you know, and that concept is something you find yourself repeating at a party. did you know why it was named dogpatch. did tu -- did you know that pier 15 was for the men that defended the port in the pacific. that was the part of historical and the did you know. i am proud that the work you see around you is done by port staff and interns. we did not use any outside consultants. as you see we have a most amazing talented staff. the pylons, there are 20 of them played up the entirety of the waterfront. trying to be as strategic as possible with their location. and they is a couple of really neat attributes. and happily they are sponsored. so we like that part too. you can see the "did you know" portion of the pylons is facing towards people that are activating and using the waterfront. and the promenade and the blue green way and the southern waterfront. if you happen to watch, you will see people walking along and then s
cell members out there? that's the critical question, dan and bianna. >> pierre, a high level of security that there may be co-plotters out there. >> dan, think are trying to find out are there more people out there? so critical they talk to the younger brother who's still recovering from the injuries. they say they must find that out as quickly as possible. there's an international investigation under way to get to that subject. >>> time is of the essence, let's bring in george stephanopoulos, host of "this week." are they forced now to consider launch a military response? >> i think that's getting way ahead of ours, based on everything we know, even if there were accomplices, those accomplices were tied to a cell overseas to be identified and targeted. remember, they went back to russia, russia has been fighting these chechens separatts i think mitary action is not being contemplated here in any way, shape or form. they are, as pierre said, was there a wider cell involved in this right now? no evidence yet. >> immigration is going to be at the top of the list with this new r
. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the capture was dramatic and quick. authorities said they brought justice to the victims of the marathon bombings and turned despair into delight. [ chanting ] >> all: usa, usa! >> we are eternally grateful for the outcome here tonight. we have a suspect in custody. >> reporter: just 25 minutes after officials lifted a day-long lockdown for residents and conceded the suspect probably got away, a watertown resident went out to walk his dog and noticed blood on the side of his boat stored on a trailer in the back driveway. >> he looked in and saw a man covered in blood. owhelicopter with frared sensors detected movement in the boat. >> we're getting information from the aircraft that there is definite movement in the rear of that boat. >> reporter: 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev had eluded the massive police manhunt by hiding in the boat. until then. >> he is moving. we have movement in the boat. he just sat up. >> reporter: police and the suspect exchanged fire. >> ultimately, the hostage rescue team of the fbi made an entry into the boat and removed the susp
looking at the details, shouldn't we be hoping for gridlock? dan henninger, james freeman and kim strassel. dan, hoping for gridlock? you don't like this? >> it sounds good for me based on what i heard president obama say, so, on the one hand he says, in the past we've been trying to reduce deficits at all costs. that means cutting spending, as opposed to making some of the investments we need which means increasing spending and he says he felt solved it, he has, increased spending, and here is an interesting fact. before 2008 spending, federal spending was 2.7 trillion dollars. in this budget, it's 3.7 trillion dollars. obama has increased spending in four years by a trillion dollars. now, he's doing that because he wants it pay for infrastructure, high speed rail, electric cars, even as the industry is going bankrupt and to do that he's going to have to raise taxes. am i for gridlock? i say so. >> kim, there's talk that this budget is a compromise. is it? >> this is not a compromise. it was certainly the white house wanted that to be the argument, but think of it rather as an fig leaf or
community and beyond. visitors of all ages, dan, all ages, and backgrounds will come here by the millions to nurture their curiosity. science teachers in the bay area and around the country will call it their professional home, artists will continue to collaborate with scientists here. and science education institutions around the world will benefit from the research and the innovation that will occur here. this has been a true journey, long, and rewarding. a culmination of years and planning and hard work, not just by the exporatorium staff and board, about whom i can't say enough. [ applause ] but also by the city and the state including many of you here today. the exporatorium is really all about collaboration. collaborativive learning, collaborative decision-making and collaborative management. and this process has been a true collaboration, bringing together the staff and the board, government agencies, neighborhood associations, our fellow san francisco museums and many other con stitcies. >> raising the money to turn this bold vision into a reality was a true labor of love for the
the rain gear in a few minutes. dan? >> thanks very much. chuck reid wants major league baseball to step up to the plate and step up the pace on the a's possible move to the south bay. mayor reid sent a letter to commissioner bud selig asking for a personal meeting to help kick start the process that has been dragging on for four years now. the mayor wants more lit gay gages and to get over the impasse of the proposed new ballpark near hp pavilion. you will see where the mayor's effort goes. >>> a san rafael girl struck by an arrow received a surprise care package from her favorite pop star. hairston was hit by an arrow last tuesday. the arrow came out of no where. she is recovering quite well. today a get well package arrived from taylor swift, no less, packed with t-shirts like a t-shirt, backpack and a poster. it is significant to nadine because she used swift's songs to keep her cool. swift saw tweets about nadine and sent over this surprise. >> my mom comes over with a package and i'm like, what is that? she said it is from taylor swift. i was like -- i was -- it was amazing. i had no
was shot in the head while behind the wheel. i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson has the night off. tonight an allout search for the shooter and an allout effort for doctors to save the paramedic's life. it happened in the oakland hills near killer and hanson drive. near keller and hanson drive. but why is the question. we go to highland hospital. alan? >> the question is still trying to be answered. family members are outside the intensive care unit where the man is in critical con decision. his name is quinn boyer and they seem to believe there was a robbery that took place before noon. sky 7hd was over the scene along keller avenue where the vic i'm it's blue honda plunged into a ravine. police believe the victim was stopped at an intersection when a man in a brown car got out and shot him twice. one bullet struck him in the head. the off duty paramedic jumped the gas and took out a tree and drove off into the ravine. santa clara county ambulance says quinn has, woulded with >> we are able to handle an emergency situation, but when it is one of our brothers in this horrible situation, we
at the governor's bay area home a year ago. dan? jay remarkable they got so close. john alston reporting. to the weather and the fog rolled in and the temperatures began to drop today. meteorologist cabbed yaw -- meteorologist sandhya patel is here with the latest. >> 5 to 10 degrees cooler around the bay area. let's check out doppler 7hd. it is not only foggy near the coast, but over parts of the bay. first thing tomorrow morning give yourself extra time for the morning commute. compared to 24 hours ago, check out fairfield, 17 degrees cooler. better sleeping weather. a 10-degree drop in san jose compared to 24 hours ago. and from our emeryville camera you can see the fog. santa rosa is 47 right now. fairfield is 57. it is running cooler in livermore. 56 degrees. we'll show you how much more the temperatures will drop as we head into your wednesday. carolyn this. >> sandhya, thank you. >> well, little league officials in the north bay are pleading for police protection after gun violence forced the north vallejo league to suspend the season last week. players are back on the field tonig
, they're the artists. >> the artist of this four course meal from kitchit is chef dan kluger of manhattan restaurant abc kitchen. one dinner party, several hundred million at stake. >> these entrepreneurs are creating businesses that not only employee that they create opportunity for others. >> and it's opening up a world to folks that otherwise or earlier did not have access to that world, a private chef from kitchit, designer clothing from rent the runway, a black car from uber. >> in many ways, trust is the new terms of this economy. >> that's a great quote. trust is the new currency of the economy. >> it absolutely. it used to be that buyers were anonymous and sellers were standardized. and the sellers were these kind of older merchants. and now anybody can be an entrepreneur. >> since airbnb launched in 2008, more than ten million rooms have been rented peer to peer in 192 countries. the site has raised nearly $200 million in venture capital with the help of investors who understand that lower cost opportunity to upper class experience is revolutionizing consumer behavio
accidents actually escape. they make it out alive. dan? >> that's a fascinating statistic. a lot of people don't know that. lama hasan reporting from london this morning. thank you. >>> we do have some bad news this morning involving that new strain of bird flu. it's already killed 11 people in eastern china, but overnight the virus made a big and dangerous leap infecting a 7-year-old girl hundreds of miles away from the initial hot zone. abc's chief health and medical editor, the former director of the cdc, dr. richard besser, live in hong kong this morning. dr. besser, tell us about this fresh case and why it worries you so much. >> right, dan, so this is a 7-year-old girl. she was hospitalized in beijing with severe pneumonia. her parents both worked in the live chicken business. but what concerns me is what you showed on that map, the distance between shanghai and beijing. this virus was able to travel that distance without leaving a trail of dead birds. most bird flu strains kill birds, as well, and what this says is that china is going to need to be doing a lot of screening of health
the head of the w.h.o. not surprised? and are you not surprised? >> reporter: dan, i'm not surprised, for a couple reasons. this virus does not harm birds. that would allow it to spread silently over a wide region of china and possibly beyond before it was detected. the second reason is, now that we know the cause of this, there's a diagnostic test. so, a lot of people with pneumonia, where in the past we might not know what caused it, they're being tested. so, i think we're going to see a lot more cases. >> so, we have a diagnostic test. do we have a vaccine? and is that even possible? >> reporter: well, the news on that front is not very good. they're hard at work at it. but what i hear from virologists, experts is this type of bird flu virus, is notoriously hard to make a vaccine to. cdc has a virus from china. they're working on it. it's not going to be easy. >> it's hard to make a virus -- it's hard to make a vaccine, the virus is responding to early treatment. that's good news for people who are getting sick. and let me ask you one, quick question, rich. you're
a después de movilizaciónes, los democratas dan caminos neesarios para la ley de migración, dicen que actos como los de ayer si dan presion. ,>> si pienso que es importante, la voluntad popular de resolver problemas nos motiva, y espero que asuste un poco. >> a pesar que no revelan detalles dicen que las conversas bipartidistas siguen en proceso. >> después del pasado noviembre dicen que daran cambios para el voto hispano. >> hablaron con santiago. >> dice que el republicano no lo representa. >> quieren lo de antes, lo que no se puede conseguir. >> creo que están conservados y no están expuestos a otras ideas. >> como lenny están en la mira republicano, son mujeres y latinas, se lleva a cabo la reunion republicana, y dice que el objetivo es tener el voto de minorias y de hispanos. >> pienso que el partido tiene que hacer mejor trabajo para tener el voto latino. >> es un error que reconoce y quiere invertir millónes de dólares para tener hispanos para llevar el mensaje. >> abel maldonado es la ultima latina de vice goberdor. >> (información en ingles) . >> pienso que tenemos que hacer
will be right back. trader dan deming of stutland equities joins us now for a look at the charts he is watching, what chart technicians are watching in the market. and dan, good to have you on the show this morning- - thanks angie. -because we have had some record closes this week, with the s&p 500 closing at an all- time high on monday, as well as the dow. what are the numbers telling you, dan? - it is interesting angie. like you said, you pointed out that those are kind of the headlines you see across the board, but the fact of the matter is i know some technicians are still watching very closely that intraday high that we saw in 2007. october 2007 we saw an intraday high in the s&p of 1576. monday we got very close to that, and we saw some selling once we got up to that point, and then the market wasn't really able to recover. yesterday we saw further selling because of the fact that the economic numbers coming in this week have been pretty disappointing, particularly that adp number leading up to unemployment at the end of this week. - right, adp coming in at 158,000 jobs, they were looking
a threat is it? let's ask wall street journal columnist and deputy editor dan henninging, matt comiskey and kim strassel. are we on the brink of war or it's a bluff? >> it's happened before and they've done the kind of threats. the thing about north korea, we don't know. we don't know much about who is running north korea, a new, 28, 29, 30-year-old leader in kim jong-un. >> paul: we don't know how old he is. >> exactly. and is he controlled by the generals. is he doing this to establish his own legitimacy? we have the questions and there's a danger will north korea if you push them too far, they might do something stupid. >> paul: push them too far, how? they're reacting to the sanctions that the u.s. put on after the last launch and nuclear test. how does the world respond to that when it's a violation of global norms and previous u.n. actions? >> absolutely, you don't know because they are unpredictable and you be very careful how you manage this. i think we've responded well by saying we've moved warships into the region and we've flown nuclear bombers over north korea and put the b
in an attack on his con joy -- convoy over the weekend. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. tonight family and friends are mourning a young man who died in the line of duty. a young soldier who joined the military as a teenager to honor his father, help his family and serve his country. john alston is live in santa clara. john, everyone said he was proud to serve. >> absolutely, dan. he was born in the fill teens, but he -- philippines, but he grew up this san jose, santa clara and that is where they are feeling the loss. >> they honor him as a soldier and as a brother. all of the other soldiers that have done this and sack fiesed -- sacrifice editor this country. >> she is heart broken over the death of her brother. del son santos, junior, he was one -- among five killed in afghanistan while helping deliver textbooks to school children. the suicide car bombing also killed 25-year-old diplomat anne smedinghoff. >> as a soldier first of all he is brave and always motivated. he's always willing to do anything. >> santos followed the lead of his father, a world war ii vet who survived the bat
," the making of the exploratorium. dan asher will be hosting the half hour special. >>> a volcano is spewing ash into the sky over central mexico. mexico's -- okay. i have been practicing this -- the volcano -- is getting active again and it is making nearby residents very nervous. the volcano is in the state of puebla, which is east of mexico city. >> a startling new discovery. sea ice in the arctic is disappearing faster than scientists predicted and could be gone by mid-century. it could be gone as early as 2020. ice loss leads to changes in ecoshims and economy and could affect weather. >> signs of spring in san francisco this weekend. the annual cherry blossom festival underway in japantown, hundreds of thousands of visitors are getting a taste of japanese culture. events including food booths, movies, and a parade. the festival continues through next weekend. a nice day to be outside today. a bit windy, though. >> lisa: in fact the wokens -- winds continuing to pick up overnight, and tomorrow a wind advisory from 11:00 until 9:00 for most bay area neighborhoods, marin, contra costa, na
coming in a few minutes. carolyn, dan? >> a huge reward for a serious case of vandalism. the attacks against two key facilities that knocked out power and phone service. >> and the new explore for yum transformed. what to expect for tomorrow's big reopening. >> and the heros of the boston bombings, the people who ran toward the blast to help the wounded. >> that's all coming up and then late other "nightline." >> thanks. later on "nightline" a massive search for the culprit behind a dead looy bombing. they piece together the clues and go in the anatomy of terror. and the nation warns >>> breaking news tonight. san francisco authorities are on the lookout for at least one escapee from a juvenile facility near twin peeks. there was a break out around 10:00 at the youth guidance center and police are searching the area right now. >>> new at 11:00, at&t announced a reward to find those who tampered with phone lines in the south bay. several fiber optic cables were cut in a manhole in san jose this morning. it happened a short time after someone fired shots damaging a pg&e substation on m
has been waiting to hear. good evening, every. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. as you are going to hear, some of those answers were really quite emotional for a man suddenly thrown into the when police surrounded car nave last week it was -- surrounded tsarnaev it was only because of a boat owner. >> people said there is blood on the boat and he saw blood and went in. not true jie. not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat and pulled back the wrapping and you saw a body and it moved and you called 9-1-1. >> no, no, that. >> no? >> no. >> he wept to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got three steps up the ladder and i will roughed it up and i -- i rolled it up and i can see through the shrink wrap of the i didn't expect to see anything. i look in the boat here and on the floor and i see blood. >> a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood. >> then my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle -- there was a body. >> and at that moment what did you do? >> oh my god. >> he couldn't see suspect number two's face. he w
more from boston. good morning, gio. >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. right now, there is more evidence than ever to suggest that the suspected bombers may have had a teacher, a sort of master bombmaker overseas. in a new government document obtained by abc news, investigators say the bombers likely knew more about bombmaking than just learning about it from al qaeda's magazine, "inspire," raising the suspicion that the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, was trained overseas. what did he really do when visiting russia? >> i think the most important aspect of the new documents is the russian link to tamerlan. in other words, did he receive training? of what type training? what individuals did he deal with? >> reporter: the document from the terrorist explosive device analytical center says, quote, such construction would likely require previous knowledge of or additional research into circuitry. it appears the bombs were detonated using a toy car remote control. late friday night, officials took away the boat where the manhunt ended a week ago. while tamerlan had been killed foll
this fresh case and why it worries you so much. >> right, dan, so this is a 7-year-old girl. she was hospitalized in beijing with severe pneumonia. her parents both worked in the live chicken business. but what concerns moo he is what you showed on that map, the distance between shanghai and beijing. it was able to travel that distance without leaving a trail of dead birds. most kill birds as well. china will need to do a lot of screening of healthy birds if they learn the extent of which this virus is spreading around the country. >> you know, when you were at the cdc, you tracked other outbreaks in particular the swine flu. how worried are you about this one? >> oh, you know, whenever there's an outbreak of a new infectious agent like this you often -- you don't know whether it's going to peter out or grow into something big but you often only get one chance to try to knock it down. there's some very worrisome things about this virus causes disease and we don't have immunity to it. it can easily spread person to person. what i hear in talking to viralologists, there are changes
globe" sports columnist dan shaughnessy. he describes yesterday as one of our best days is forever tainted. the 117-year-old boston marathon will never be the same and there goes another piece of our freedom and another sacred institution. dan joins me now, along with brent o conner, who was feet away from the explosion. dan, your feelings about what this means to boston, the marathon, to this country. >> patriots day in boston, it's a very unique thing. nobody goes to work. nobody goes to school. the red sox play a game at 11:00 in the morning. it's a boston only event. it's always been sacred and a very inclusive event. the people finishing that race, that's every man at the finish line. they're not elite runners. this hit hard and hit at home. >> you put the crepe up there, >>> we're back now with "boston globe" sports columnist dan shaughnessy. he describes yesterday as one of our best days is forever tainted. the 117-year-old boston marathon will never be the same and there goes another piece of our freedom and another sacred institution. dan joins me now, along with brent o c
, dan. in many ways, this is a story of the quest for the american dream turned nightmare. well, dan, we found out -- >> we may not have that tape. >> okay. dan, what we found out if our interviews and -- over the course of the last few hours and this morning, these men led a very normal life. they were athletes. they were parts of the community. and in many ways, their friends and neighbors are shocked. shocked that they were leading this double life. law enforcement officials say were it not for the video being released, it's not clear these men would have been found because they were blending back into the community. right after the bombing, they went back to campus, leading their normal lives. >> let's drill down on the brothers individually. tamerlan was the older brother, 26 years old. what do we know about him specifically? >> we know that he, again, was -- the 26-year-old brother was a former golden glove boxer. very good at that. and according to family and friends, he never quite fit in with the american dream. and over time, descended into darkness. started posting some intere
by others working with him? dan? >> huge questions still unanswered. brian thank you for leading our coverage all week. we thank you one against. >>> now to the suspects, there are new details tonight about who they are, also new questions about what exactly the older brother did on a six-month trip to russia and why the fbi investigated him two years ago and then cleared him. abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas has been on that angle all day. pierre, good evening to you. >> good evening, dan. with the manhunt now over, the fbi is looking for a motive behind the bombings? was anyone else involved? where did they get that training? immigrants from the russian caucuses, the brothers came with their parents to the u.s. as children. seeking refugee status. they thrived attending top boston schools. older brother, tamerlan, 26, star athlete, golden glove boxer, pianist. younger brother dzhokhar, 19, had just become a u.s. citizen, ironically, on september 11th of last year. once a lifeguard, he was an all-state wrestler and college student. >> i certainly can't put it togethe
'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. as you are going to hear, some of those answers were really quite emotional for a man suddenly thrown into the when police surrounded car nave last week it was -- surrounded tsarnaev it was only because of a boat owner. >> people said there is blood on the boat and he saw blood and went in. not true jie. not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat and pulled back the wrapping and you saw a body and it moved and you called 9-1-1. >> no, no, that. >> no? >> no. >> he wept to the garage and grabbed a stepladder. >> i got three steps up the ladder and i will roughed it up and i -- i rolled it up and i can see through the shrink wrap of the i didn't expect to see anything. i look in the boat here and on the floor and i see blood. >> a lot of blood? >> a good amount of blood. >> then my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. the engine box is in the middle -- there was a body. >> and at that moment what did you do? >> oh my god. >> he couldn't see suspect number two's face. he was glad he couldn't see his face. >> well, i know i took th
is in seoul, south korea. >> reporter: good morning, dan. you know, the reporting out of seoul this morning is that the south korean military is now speculating that if there is a missile launch, it could be happening sometime around april 15th or before because that day is the 101st birthday of the founder of north korea, kim il-sung. it is a tradition in north korea to connect major events, parades, marches and military action to important dates. the last nuclear test in february happened within a few days before the birthday of kim jong-il, father of the current dictator, kim jong-un. this rocket last april which was launched but failed took place a couple days before the 100th birthday of kim jong-un's grandfather, kim il-sung. this is why the experts are now closely watching the rallies on the streets, the movements of missiles toward the coast trying to predict what will happen if a missile is launched how south korea, japan or the u.s. should react. shooting it down or letting it fall into the sea. >> we think we have the capability to knock this missile down, but we've never tested
a deal on immigration reform. we'll discuss both with the president's senior advisor' dan pfeiffer; and the obama budget two months late. we will ask our sunday panel about the president's offer to cut entitlements. is it the start of a grand bargain? and our power player of the week. running the paper of bradley woodward and bernstein in the age of the internet. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. after more than 100 days of intense lobbying on both sides, the senate is about to take up legislation to impose tougher gun controls. but in the month since the newtown massacre, support for those measures has faded on capitol hill. in a few minutes, we will talk with asa hutchinson head of the task for on school safety funded by the nra. first the president's senior advisor dan pfeiffer joins us from new york. dan, welcome to "fox news sunday." >> thanks for having me, chris. >> chris: before we get to guns, i want to ask about breaking news. the pentagon has delayed a test firing of a minute man icbm. interter continental ballistic missile
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